Danfist, 12 Nov 2010I'm seriously thinking about buying this phone. I'm aware it isn't the best out there but it's... moreyes it can read, but its pretty laggy :)... when there are pix/graphs
coz the current pdf reader is coded for symbian^1
i really hope they code one in qt, that should be 10x faster :)
I have just gotten the N8. However, I have problems loading the file from Nat Geo... the screen just went blank... any help?
Could anybody tell me what the n8 cant do compared to other smartphones? Pls tell, cause i cant see the difference
I'm seriously thinking about buying this phone. I'm aware it isn't the best out there but it's a pretty balanced phone and the multimedia features, the build quality caught my attention. This is a question for the actual owners: Can this phone manage to read pretty large PDF, like 200MB??? I'm planning on occasionally reading PDF that size.
If your wave and android phony is better than N8, why are you come here again and again to promote? Oh i see, it because you feel so lonely on your forums. Ow pity....
[deleted post]in hell with that android is the best ever mobile os who revolutionised the use of touch screen phone and android phones have better battery backup that is like nexus one
and who do u think introduced multiple homescreens android and symbian and other's just copied it and tried to make it better but the home screen i saw in n8 was really dissapointing it has very little customization so just back offfffffffff
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2010does the nokia n8 has a message readerawesome phone...just loved everything about it...
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2010For those processor speed adorer please bear in mind that the decision for Symbian using slowe... moredude a 1mhz phone stay at least for 5 days but 1ghz phone may stay just for 1 day but samsung wave is 1ghz processor phone but it stays around 3 days so!!!!!!!!!!
thanks nokia about time u came up with a phone that will please every one this is a a absaluly good phone
256mb RAM?! you gotta be kidding me.
even the BB Bold 9780 (non-touchscreen device) has 512mb's in it.
if you have an N8, i say, youve been had! hahahahaha!
hey guys i have a query..wheneva i try to click a photo in low light with flash on it turns out to be a bit foggy...with bubbles on the screen....is there any setting to remove those bubbles...thnx...
For those processor speed adorer please bear in mind that the decision for Symbian using slower speed proc is to conserve energy while on the other hand still cater all the speed needed to support operating of the phone in appropriate speed. For instance N8 can live for a couple of days while a 1MHz machine will need a recharge every day or less. What we really look for is the outcome not the fastest proc.